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To get to the Drupal pathauto URL aliases settings, go to: Administer URL Aliases (admin/build/path/pathauto).
1) General Settings a) Verbose - good idea to keep this on so you know if the alias was created properly b) Separator - dash is pretty standard and readable though I've seen people use underscores c) Character case - looks cleaner to stick with all lowercase (but when creating browser titles (page titles) for your nodes, it's good to use mixed case for better readability) d) Maximum alias length - keep to 100 or less so your urls won't be too long e) Maximum component length - although the recommended number is 100, I don't imagine you are going to have a word that long, so something much shorter seems more realistic. f) Maximum number of objects to alias in a bulk update - doesn't matter if you aren't doing bulk updates.
IT IS available in the "Node Path Settings" replacement patterns.
Can one use that across the board in the other areas or is it variable (replacement pattern) that is not available in the blog?
Maybe I'll try to reproduce this later on for another article.You can create your own replacement patterns using tokens.It is good idea to try to think through your Drupal pathauto URL aliases settings before creating a bunch of content so you don't have to worry about the aliases changing due to changing your rules and patterns.Thanks Hi Stephen, You are restricted to whatever replacement patterns (tokens) that are shown for the section you are editing, so you'll have to find the best match for whatever data you need.In this case, for the blog posts, you should have a [user-raw] available if you want the author's name. Kristen This is a featured content block that has been configured to show blog nodes with terms SEO or Drupal SEO by the author kristen.
i) Reduce strings to letters and numbers from ASCII-96 - same idea as (h) but more restrictive j) Strings to remove - add whatever makes sense to you 2) Punctuation settings - I use all the defaults 3) Other path settings (e.g.